How many Hobbit movies are there?

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (extended version)2012
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (extended version)2013The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (extended version)2014
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How long is the movie Desolation of Smaug?

2h 41mThe Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (extended version) / Running time

Why is The Hobbit 3 movies?

In a documentary that appeared as a bonus feature on the home media release of The Hobbit, the celebrated director and his crew revealed that a disorganized production and a lack of planning time after taking over from del Toro played a part in turning the 300-odd page novel into a trilogy of movies.

Where was Hobbit filmed?

New Zealand
Bilbo Baggins, Waikato The Hobbit Trilogy was filmed entirely in New Zealand, throughout locations in both the North and South Islands. Find out where to go and what to see to experience Middle‑earth™ for yourself.

What happens to Smaug in ‘The Hobbit’?

Smaug rarely leaves his lair, and he sleeps on top of the accumulated ornaments, utensils, and weapons that constitute the treasure. He represents the wrongful impulse to hoard, to accumulate beyond what one can use and to refuse to share with others. In revenge for the theft of the Arkenstone, he destroys the town of Lake-town (Esgaroth).

How is Smaug greedy in The Hobbit?

Smaug. Smaug is a “most especially greedy, strong, and wicked” (1.123) dragon who comes flying out of the North to attack the Lonely Mountain a couple of generations before The Hobbit takes place. He’s attracted to this particular dwarf kingdom because it’s an especially wealthy one in the days of Thorin’s grandfather, Thror.

Why is Smaug important in ‘The Hobbit’?

Smaug (/ s m aʊ ɡ /) is a dragon and the main antagonist in J. R. R. Tolkien’s 1937 novel The Hobbit, his treasure and the mountain he lives in being the goal of the quest. . Powerful and fearsome, he invaded the Dwarf kingdom of Erebor 150 years prior to the events described in the

What is extended in The Hobbit?

So while many people probably assumed that the Hobbit trilogy was the end of Tolkien-based storytelling in film and on TV, the reality is that the author left behind a rich history just waiting to be mined for even more content. I imagine that the Amazon Prime show will only be the beginning of even more epic tales to come.